Products for the Garden.

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Grow Lights.

These grow lights can clip on a table or a shelf from above. Extremely versatile and also cheap. I have fought grow lights for a long time, but with many leggy seedlings, I find it necessary.

5" Terra Cotta.

Terra Cotta pots are a nice way to start plants, or grow indoor plants. They are cheap, and versatile for design – whether you paint, whitewash, stain or leave plain.

Wood Craft Sticks.

Used as garden tags – I prefer wood over the plastic. Plus, they can be burned with the wood burner – my favorite way to craft tags.

Seed Cells.

These seed cells allow for room to grow – in MN we do not always have a definite time of our last frost. It is nice to begin seeds and if our frost comes late in spring, we are not choking out the plants for space.

Ergo Trowel.

A good trowel is the best garden tool. The sides can cut tough roots, it can dig holes for planting plants or bulbs. It can be drug in the dirt to drop seeds.

Wood Burner.

Poke holes in seed starters that do not have holes – sometimes we use Solo Cups. Also used to burn the info on craft sticks.

Seed Cells with Tray.

These seed trays have a bottom, so water does not spill if you start in the house. The trays hold the individual cells, allowing for less spilling.

Pruning Shears.

These shears are sharp for pruning plants. The handle is soft, and the shape doubles as hoof trimmers for us!

Seed Starting Mix.

This seed mix is honestly cheaper at Menard’s, but with having two young toddlers, and some people live far away from home improvement stores, so this is a great second option.